Natalia Viktorivna Nagorna is a Ukrainian journalist and special correspondent for TSN She was born in 1984 in the village of Lipnyky, Luhyny district, Zhytomyr region. She studied journalism at Kharkiv National University. She received a master’s degree with honors Since 2010 he has been a correspondent for the Events program on the Ukraine channel. In March 2014, she covered the annexation of Crimea by Russia. Since May 2014, he has been working for the Television News Service (TSN) of Channel 1 + 1. During the Revolution of Dignity, she was a member of the Red Cross Rapid Response Group. She also made dozens of stories and live broadcasts from the epicenter of events in the city center. He has the skills of first aid, assistance in case of fire. She dreamed of becoming a military correspondent, but before the Russian-Ukrainian war she was never in the war. She became the first woman in the TSN editorial office to go to the anti-terrorist operation zone. In the anti-terrorist operation zone he shoots stories about the families and life of the soldiers, about the wounded, injured and dead. In 2018 she published the book “Return from the War” with her own illustrations. It was included in the list of the best books for teenagers at the Publishers’ Forum in Lviv.
Return from the war